Twenty two volunteers participated in an Epidemiology Response Team Training sponsored by the Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County. The training demonstrated how a disease outbreak would be handled at the local level and communicated to the state level. The training included a scenario of a college student returning from Africa and during her time there she was exposed to the Ebola Virus Disease. The Quarantine Station, Infection Control Practitioners from local hospitals, the Florida Department of Health and the State Lab discussed their roles and responsibilities for handling an Ebola case in Miami-Dade. The volunteers were given their possible roles during an outbreak as a member of the Miami-Dade MRC. All volunteers who complete this training are placed on the Epidemiology Response Team and will be the first ones called if the MRC is deployed to a disease outbreak. The MRC also got a chance to practice donning and doffing during the hands-on portion of the training. After completion of the training each member received their own PPE set.